A2 Vocabulary Suffix -er

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This is our A2 Vocabulary Suffix -er set at a Pre-Intermediate level from our collection of interactive activities featuring a wide range of educational subjects and topics of general interest.

Suffix –er’ in English is sometimes confused with –or because they are used for the same purpose and pronounced the same. It is used for professions or occupations such as a baker. The suffix –er is also used to indicate someone performing an action such as a blogger. It is used for the comparative of adjectives and repeated actions as well. Practice your English spelling and learn new vocabulary with these fun online exercises for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 Key examination.

Professions or occupations
farmer, miner, waiter.

Performing an action
player, runner, teacher

Comparative of adjectives
bigger, harder, larger

Repeated Actions
flatter, flicker, spatter

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